Help Rwanda Step up the Ladder
General Education/Research Research & Education
The Government of Rwanda aims to transform the country into a middle income country by 2020. Achieving Rwanda’s social and economic development objectives is largely dependent upon its most valuable resource – it’s people. To achieve these goals, the Rwandan people must be provided opportunities to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes to compete in the labour market and contribute to the social and political life of their country.
- - Rwanda has a very young population and most of the country is comprised of youths and young adults. The country is a valuable source of human resource.
- - Technical, vocational education and training: Infrastructure development and construction of TVET schools across the country.
- - Higher education and research: Foreign universities are encouraged to open campuses in Rwanda. There are opportunities in constructing and managing student hostels in private and government universities. Supplement government efforts in provision of student scholarships and loan schemes.
- - ICT in education: Smart classrooms, e-learning, digital content development, teacher training in ICT at all levels.
- - The Government of Rwanda aims to transform the country into a middle income country by 2020.